Pulier is a hardworking and successful entrepreneur. Pulier was born and raised in Teaneck, New Jersey. He is a graduate of Teaneck High School. After excelling with his studies, Eric enrolled in Harvard University for his Bachelor of Arts degree in English and American literature. Over the years, the technologist has focused on using technology to develop different platforms that seeks to help the the less fortunate members of the society. He has also developed a platform where kids can interact with other children suffering from chronic illnesses. Eric serves on the board of the Painted Turtle. Presently, the father of four children resides in Los Angeles, California.
Pulier served as the chairman and chief executive officer of Service Mesh. He is a co-founder of the corporation. Between 2004 and 2008, Pulier worked as a vice president and general manager of Cloud for Computer Sciences Corporation, Australia Pty Ltd. In 2005, he was appointed to serve as the chief technology officer, secretary and director of Santa Monika Media Corporation. Pulier was also the executive chairman of Soa Software.
Pulier brings his ideas to life by writing them down. These ideas might appear at any time of day or night. Over the years, he has developed a habit of using writing mechanics to think through different solutions and engage in creative ideation. As a successful entrepreneur, Eric encourages small entrepreneurs to focus on developing innovative strategies that will enhance the success of their businesses.
Throughout his career,Eric Pulier has donated to various non-profit organizations that augment community initiatives. He sits on the innovation board of X-Prize Foundation. Over the years, Pulier has facilitated the development of innovative platforms using advanced technology. These solutions have been used in various sectors, including health care, education. In 1997, the Presidential Inaugural Committee appointed Pulier to develop the Presidential Technology Exhibition, Bridge to the 21st Century, in Washington D.C. Pulier is credited for developing an interactive game known as starlight world, which allows children diagnosed with diabetes to understand what happens with their blood sugar and insulin levels. He continues to partner with different organisations with the objective of finding solutions to various issues affecting the society.